The Volga commune. [G. 26] 1943, No. 209 (7386) (October 12)

Volga commune: socio-political newspaper. - Samara, 1929-. -
Titles:; 1907 - 1917, February "The Dawn of the Volga Region"; 1917, March 17 - 1918, November 10 "Privolzhskaya Pravda"; 1918, December 7 - 1928, May the "Commune"; 1928, May - 1929, December 6 "The Middle Volga commune."
Leaves weekly.
Founded in 1907.
The Volga commune is a socio-political newspaper in the Samara region. It was founded in 1907 under the name "Surf". After the closure on May 3, 1907 came out as a weekly newspaper-magazine "Dawn of the Volga Region". Since March 17, 1917 - "Privolzhskaya Pravda". December 7, 1918, as a result of the merger of the newspapers "Privolzhskaya Pravda" of the Samara Gubernia Committee of the RCP (b) and "Soldier, Worker, Peasant" of the Council of Workers 'Deputies, garrison Council of Peasants' Deputies and factory committees, came out as the "Commune". Since September 1928 has become known as the "Middle Volga commune". In connection with the reorganization of the Middle Volga region to the region in 1929, it was renamed the Volga commune. At present the founder of the newspaper is the Samara Region Government .
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[G. 26] 1943, No. 209 (7386) (October 12) / Organ of the Kuibyshev Obkom and City Committee of the CPSU (B.), Regional and city Soviets of Working People's Deputies. - Kuibyshev, 1943. -2 with .. - .
I. VKP (b). Kuybyshev regional committee. II. VKP (b). Kuybyshev city committee. III. Kuybyshev Regional Council of Working People's Deputies. IV. Kuibyshev City Council of Working People's Deputies. Sports in Russia (collection). 2. Memory of the Great Victory (collection).
Source of electronic copy: Samara OUNB
Location of original: Samara OUNB
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